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Midwest Midwest Wabbitat Rabbit Cage

Rabbit cage sets up in seconds - no tools or connecting pieces requiredFront and top door accessUnique slide-latch allows for one-handed operationDurable, slide-out ABS plastic pan½" grid mesh floor supports & protectsPet cage has black E-coat finishAvailable in two sizes
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Will you need bedding for this cage because i am getting it for a rabbit?

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I use a bed/mat in one corner, and a litter pan in another corner. Spacing in the wire floor is tight enough so that his feet do not get caught, and he is fine. As in any cage, the key in any cage is to have a bed for resting and sleeping.
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You can't actually put bedding in the cage because it will just fall through (since the bottom of the cage is gridded). We put cardboard in the bottom and then bedding on top which defeats the purpose of the grid and tray underneath but our rabbit likes it so it's fine.
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No, You will not need bedding. You can actually save money by putting newspaper in the bottom pan instead. Its wired so the poops just drop through the wire and into the bottom pan. This keeps your rabbit clean. I paid attention to the area my rabbit liked doing his business in then put a corner litter pan in the cage. I don't have to change the newspaper because of this. I only need to clean out the "excitement drops" in the pan every once in a while lol.
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Can a ferret get through this spacing?

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You cannot keep a ferret in a cage with wire flooring.
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Don't have a ferret, but the spacing between the wires on the cage is fairly tight (7/8" x 2 3/4"). So, I think you will be fine.
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can you put 2 rabbits in this cage?

and if you can would there be enough room?
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No...barely large enough for one small rabbit. They need more room than this.
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Hello Arweenie!
We would not recommend putting two rabbits in a Wabbitat simply because of the needed space for a healthy rabbit...
Thank you for your business!
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Can the mesh floor be used without the wire walls? My rabbit is clumsy but likes to jump up to the top of the cage so I need to remove the cage.

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What a rabbit! The mesh floor comes separate with the cage body, so it can be use separately.
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We are not sure how you are wanting to utilize the floor grid without the cage. The mesh floor has hooks that rest on the bottom horizontal wire of the side panels of the cage. We cannot recommend it to be used in any other manner than what it is designed for.
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Will any regular splash guards fit on this cage? If so, how many will I need to cover all of the walls?

If no splash guards fit, are there any alternatives to splash guards I can use?
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Get a triangular litter pan that fits in the corner. Must rabbits are good about using it, and the sides are high enough to contain any splashing.
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what is the door opening size in inches on the midwest wabbit rabbit cage

the SKU 1491881
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Side door opening and top hatch opening are both 16" x 11"
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whats a good size cage for a hotot bunny?

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I have a 24x15 inch, and that's big enough. Though it could be smaller, I recommend this size because bunnies love to jump around.
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What is the shipping size and weight of this cage? Of course that i meen the size of the box that the cage comes in when it is shipped. Thanks

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its about 2ft x 4ft box and weighs maybe 10 lbs
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Will the wire at the bottom of the cage give a rabbit/small animal bumblefoot?

I have rats and their cage doesnt have wire flooring because they could get bumblefoot from it. Does that also apply to rabbits? I understand that the wire is for the poo to drop down to the bottom tray for a clean living space. I may be getting a rabbit and I have been researching about this infection. If the wire can give bumblefoot to rabbits/bunnies what could I put on it to prevent that from happening?
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As long as you put a resting mat on a portion of the flooring that will help prevent the sore hock issue with rabbits.
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can the door be taken off?

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The door can be removed with a pair of pliers?
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Is there a way to remove the wire/mesh floor?

I want to put bedding in but i realize it would fall right through, so is there a way to remove the wire or mesh floor (im not sure if its mesh or wire) so its just the plain black floor as shown in the photo?
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Hello AnimalOwner101!
Yes! The wire mesh floor grid is completely optional and is easily removed form teh cage during the setup process!

Thank you for your business!
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can aenglish spot rabbit fit in this cage

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The Wabbitat Model 151 is 25"L x 19"W x 20"H and is recommended for small and dwarf breed rabbits. The English Spot is a medium breed rabbit.
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